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The Daily Dispatch: April 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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rrived at that hour. They were all fine fellows, and seemed very grateful. But Petersburg bears the palm for the finest body of troops that has passed here. Our ladies are hard at work, all of them, night and day, on shirts and lint. Hundreds have offered their services as nurses for the camp or the hospital, and are eager to show their thorough devotion to our glorious cause. Who can doubt that God will favor what angels approve? We have two Abolitionists in our jail--one arrested for obstructing the Seaboard Railroad, on Friday last, and who plays crazy; the other, for tampering with slaves. We learn that negroes from around Hampton and Old Point have been pressed into Fort Monroe at the pistol's mouth. Large bodies of soldiers left there in steamers last night. They are doubtless called to Washington. Hon. H. Blair Grigsby made a stirring address at the cars to-day as he passed. Guns are daily passing from the Navy-Yard into the interior. Ego.